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Back in the 1950s and ’60s, self-driving cars represented the fantastic life of luxury that was supposed to be just around the corner. But here in the 21st century we can’t even pretend that our driverless cars of the future will be filled with board games and light reading. No, our self-driving car of tomorrow will be for one thing: work.
Meet Shelley. Shelley is a driverless car unlike anything you’ve seen before. Sure, Google has its own driverless cars, but I bet the search giant isn’t taking them to racetracks for 200km/h speed tests with nobody behind the wheel. You may commence clenching now.
Earlier this year, Nevada became the first US state to approve the use of self-driving cars on its highways. Now, it’s granted its first licence for the vehicles, and it goes to — what a surprise — Google.
Did Google’s self-driving Prius totally just become self-aware and start attacking humans? It’s the Skynets! Nah, turns out that the human required to be inside the vehicle by law was also actually driving at the time.